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Next stage consultation on special schools in north Wiltshire begins

Conservative led Wiltshire Council proposes to invest £32m in special education needs and disabilities by bringing Larkrise, St Nicholas and Rowdeford special schools in northern Wiltshire together under a single integrated leadership team by 2021 and building up to 400 additionaland remodelled p

We will not accept any attempt to further delay Brexit

The Prime Minister spoke from 10 Downing Street this evening, at 6pm, pledging to fight crime, improve the NHS, support schools, cut the cost of living, and unlock talent and opportunity across the entire United Kingdom as part of our plan to get the country back on the road to a brighter future.

100 Club Winner for August

The 100 Club monthly draw took place at the DCCA Management Meeting held in Rowde on 22nd August.  CONGRATULATIONS to Councillor Jonathon Seed whose number was picked out as the lucky winner for the month of August.

Wiltshire A-level students praised on results day

Conservative led Wiltshire Council has praised students for their hard work and dedication as they collect their A-level results across the county today. Secondary schools have opened their doors early as students pick up the grades that help to determine future choices.

Wiltshire residents urged to ‘Bin the Butt'

Smokers throughout Wiltshire are being encouraged to safely extinguish their cigarettes and then Bin the Butt with the launch of a new campaign that aims to reduce cigarette litter.